First Look: The New Banana Republic Mad Men Collection Is Here
Here’s a collection you are sure to be mad about.
Last August, AMC‘s Mad Men caused a fashion frenzy when Banana Republic created a capsule collection of 1960s-inspired threads based on the clothing worn in the hit TV series. And this spring, they are doing it again. Created by Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant, the 40-piece collection will hit stores on March 1st, just days before the new season airs on March 25.
“Spring delivers a whole new palette and gave us an excuse to draw from different scenes and wardrobe from the show as inspiration,” says Banana Republic creative director Simon Kneen. “It’s been a fantastic experience working with Janie again on this new spring capsule. Janie’s perspective was invaluable in helping us create a collection that is both chic and modern, while remaining true to the aesthetic of the 1960s era.”
Check out the polished looks below modeled by Shalom Harlow and Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm. Is this blast from the past a breathe of fresh air in the present?